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Problems updating firmware for agility and agilty 2 SSD's

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I have an agility ssd that is my boot drive. I downloaded the most recent driver update for the ocz agility. It gave me an iso file to burn to a cd and then told me to boot from the cd to update my agility drive.

When I select the cd rom as the boot device I get a message saying that I need to change my boot device or put in a bootable disc.

I have burned this iso image using magic iso, nero, and windows.

I have burned it as a data disc, bootable drive disc, iso image burn, and however windows does it by default. I can't boot from any of them....I get the same message, so now I'm lost on how to update the firmware for this ssd.


My next problem is on my agility 2. I have 1.28 and the newest is 1.29. I downloaded the tool from ocz to update it, selected the agility 2 drive and hit update firmware....my computer froze. I rebooted two other times and froze both those times. So now I'm lost on how to update the firmware for this ssd.
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Try extracting the ISO file, and then burn the extracted files to the bootable CD.
Winrar or 7-ZIP can be used for this process.
If this doesnt work, then it's something in your BIOS that needs some attention.
Edited by Zarius - 3/4/11 at 12:28pm
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